Case Studies Civil

Thompson-Arthur Paving and Construction

In an industry where speeding traffic, multi-ton machinery and exposure to extreme elements adds to the usual construction hazards, a company is known for its safety. In 2016, Thompson-Arthur Paving and Construction reached 4 million man-hours without a single lost-time incident; that is, over the course of about 10 years, the company didn’t have a […]

Goodwin Brothers Construction Inc.

When it comes to wastewater infrastructure, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) gives the U.S. a D+. According to ASCE, 76 percent of the population relies on the nation’s 14,748 wastewater treatment plants, which it calls “the most basic and critical infrastructure systems for protecting public health and the environment.” That wastewater infrastructure is […]

Mission Glass

In Seattle, Washington, evergreen forests, Puget Sound’s blue waters, glinting high rises and stormy skies all mingle into a color palette unlike any other found in the lower 48. The birthplace of grunge rock and Microsoft, The Emerald City has built a reputation for creativity that places big expectations on the contractors that work within […]

J. Masterson Construction

Anyone can dig a hole. But what about relocating an active, 12-inch sewer main through a downtown area, or carving out space for a foundation between an active football stadium and a baseball field? That takes practice, and J. Masterson Construction has 35 years of practice. As J. Masterson Construction, a second-generation, family-owned site development company […]

McCarthy Building Companies

Of all things, McCarthy Building Companies is stocking up on shipping containers. The reason why? Safety. By opening the front and back doors of enclosed, conex-type containers, the company can use them as tunnels at worksite entrances, protecting workers from falling debris. Robert Coibion, chief estimator for McCarthy, says the idea came from one of […]

Milestone Contractors

More than revenue, more than growth, Milestone Contractors measures its success by worker safety. “Everyone goes home the way they came in,” says Scott Cornelius, vice president and Indianapolis area manager at Milestone. This is important for the Indiana-based company because it specializes in highway and road paving, where speeding trucks, heat stroke, blizzards and […]

Mason Construction Ltd.

For more than 75 years Mason Construction Ltd. has been one of southeast Texas’ most trusted names in construction services. Specializing in industrial and civil construction projects, the family-owned and –operated company has established a reputation for trust and reliability over its long history. Founded by W.K. Mason in 1939 as a dragline contractor, the […]

King Construction Inc.

Since 1964 King Construction Inc. has been serving the Connecticut market as a leading infrastructure contractor. Specializing in road, water, utility and sewer work, King Construction services four of Connecticut’s six counties from its headquarters in Bloomfield. King Construction was founded by John “Jack” King, a construction industry professional who set out to start his […]

Ernest Guigli & Sons Inc.

Now in its 50th year, Ernest Guigli & Sons Inc. is a union excavating contractor and site developer in Massachusetts. As a member of the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts, Guigli specializes in all aspects of site development, such as large scale earth moving, material processing, underground utility installation as well as roadway and parking […]

Blue Nile Contractors Inc.

Founded by Henok Tekeste, Claycomo, Missouri-based Blue Nile Contractors Inc. is a full-service utility contracting company serving municipal clients throughout the state. Born in Ethiopia, Tekeste says the company represents his idea of the American dream. “When I came to the United States, I never intended to work for somebody,” says Tekeste, president and founder […]

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— Corinne Schaffer, Project Manager, Souder Brothers Construction
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